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Justin Bieber releases three smash singles and comeback album

posted Nov 2, 2015, 9:46 AM by Unknown user

    Leading up to the release of his single “What Do You Mean?” on Aug. 28, Justin Bieber, Canadian native and world-wide popstar, employed an extensive countdown that included 72 celebrities, all the way from Luke Bryan and Mark Wahlberg to Shaquille O’Neal and Miley Cyrus.

On the same day, Bieber also announced that he would be releasing his 11th studio album titled “Purpose” on Nov. 13. This album is going to be the first album he has released since 2013. He took a break to deal with some personal issues in his career and himself, but he’s back and he’s ready to take over the world once again. Justin gives a lot of his success toward his fans because they have been there throughout everything. I cannot imagine what my life would be like without his inspiration in it. I push myself to be who I am because he shows me it’s okay. I can’t explain how much he means to me.

"It's like, uplifting music that people can dance to… it's a little different, it's really uplifting and people are going to smile when they listen to it," Bieber told fuse.tv about his new album.

After announcing his release date for his comeback album, he released another single “Sorry” and a corresponding dance video, which received over 25 million views in 4 days. “Sorry” was produced by Skrillex and Blood, with whom he also made another single called “Where Are Ü Now”.

I love absolutely anything that Justin Bieber has put out. I’ve been a fan of him and his music since before he was famous. His story and his music just inspires me to be bigger than something I am. My favorite song, so far, from “Purpose” is either “What Do You Mean?” or “Sorry”. Both songs relate to my personal life.

“Purpose” is available for pre-order on iTunes now. It will also be available on Nov. 13 at Best Buy, Wal-Mart and anywhere that CDs are normally bought.
    I give "Purpose"a rating of 5 out of 5 Cardinals, I'd give it more if I could but sadly, the scale is only a 1 to 5.

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